UP BJP Chief Urges Akhilesh Yadav to Visit Pakistan
Uttar Pradesh BJP president, Swatantra Dev Singh on Wednesday lashed out at Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav for opposing the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) and National Population Register. BJP chief asked Yadav to stay in Pakistan for a month to understand the hardships faced by Hindus there.
“Akhilesh Ji should go to Pakistan and offer prayers at a temple for one month, he will understand what happens there. He does not know what he wants, he should read about Citizenship Amendment Act & National Population Register,” Swatantra Dev Singh said.
Singh’s remarks came after Akhilesh Yadav described NPR and NRC as anti-poor and against the minorities of the country, he also added that he will not fill up the NPR form.
BJP chief explained the process of NPR and asked opposition parties to spread misinformation about the NPR.
“There is nothing wrong in the NPR as it provides simple options like the presentation of Aadhaar card or driving license, etc or confirmation by three residents of the area that the person is a bonafide resident of the area,” BJP Chief added
The CAA allows non-Muslim minorities who came to India on or before 31st December 2014, from Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Bangladesh, to easily become Indian citizens. The opposition has described CAA unconstitutional and against the secular fabric of India. Critics have also claimed that the implementation of CAA and nationwide NRC will lead to the segregation of Muslims. The Union government has assured that the legislation is not anti-Muslim and has nothing to do with Indian Muslims.0 Replies to “UP BJP Chief Urges Akhilesh Yadav to Visit Pakistan”